The religious have no imaginary special right to discriminate their services. They aren't above the law.Gays obviously don't have a clue to what the meaning of hate is.
Let me school them.
You couldn't school a piece of baloney.
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A baker refusing to have a gay as a customers is just standing up for his religious convictions.
No, this country has never stood on a platform of special rights for the religious.Which is what this country used to stand for and still should.
Gays didn't go after the baker, the Civil Rights Commission did. The gays had no reason to go somewhere else. The baker by law must serve all his customers equally.A gay filled with hate goes after the baker until he bankrupts the baker just because he didn't get something he could have easily gotten somewhere else.
This isn't about teaching, it's about the law. He chose to break it, and there are consequences for law breakers in our country.That is not teaching the baker how to be sensitive towards gay people.
The only lesson from this is that the religious aren't above the law. They don't get to discriminate.What that taught the baker is how hate filled gay people really are.
Any destruction of livelihood was a result of him breaking the law. Had he chosen to run his business lawfully, no destruction would be present.To totally destroy a person's livelihood over a cake you can buy anywhere else.
No, that isn't hate, that is breaking the law.Now that is hate. GAY HATE
Thanks for proving yet again what a dumb *ss you are!